* NEW * 4 Valentines Day Wreath Ideas Using Items from Dollar Tree & Walmart

Sharing 4 Budget Friendly Wreath Ideas for Valentines Day!

Good Morning!

I wanted to get a jump start on getting some wreaths made for Valentines Day and I had a lot of fun working on these!

For the most part I am using items I purchased at Dollar Tree & Walmart and they are all fairly inexpensive and simple to make!

The first wreath I worked on has a fun gnome theme to it. 

I used a large size grapevine wreath form (Walmart) and a pretty galvanized heart sign that has a trio of cute gnomes on it. (dollar tree) 
 I simply hot glued the heart to my wreath.

The next thing I did was add 2 faux boxwood picks (walmart) underneath the heart by tucking them into the wreath form.

Then I added a pretty layered bow using burlap ribbons.
(ribbons purchased at dollar tree)

How fun is that? :0)

The second wreath I worked on I used a smaller size wreath form. (12" size / walmart)

I used 2 of the pretty boxwood picks and placed them at the bottom of the wreath.

The next thing I did was add a pretty heart shaped tray that I purchased at dollar tree, I had thought about spray painting it another color but I really liked the metallic gold and decided to use it as is.  
I thought it would go perfectly with the silver I planned to use on this design.

I just attached it to the bottom of the wreath using some hot glue.

Then I also added a fun corrugated metal heart that I had taken off of a dollar tree sign some time ago.

To finish this wreath I chose to add a galvanized metal welcome sign to the heart by using a little hot glue as well. (welcome sign also purchased at dollar tree)

I think this is such a fun one and really
pretty for Valentines day even if it doesn't use the traditional red and pink colors. 

For the next wreath I also used the small size wreath form.

I added a fun Valentines Day themed metal truck sign that I had purchased at dollar tree.

I simply attached it to the top of the wreath using some paddle wire.

The next thing I did was just layer 2 bows.
I used a red/black buffalo check ribbon as well as pink burlap.

Simple and Super Cute!

The last wreath I worked on I used a larger wreath form and some pretty faux florals.
(all the faux florals used on this wreath were purchased at dollar tree)

I started by cutting all of the roses down so that they had small stems that I could easily tuck into the wreath.

Then I used a little hot glue on each stem and tucked them into the wreath along the bottom of it.

I did the same thing with some faux greenery and I just love the contrast of the leaves with the pretty roses.

I chose to add in some faux amaranth as well and I wanted it to drape along the bottom of the wreath and I  am so happy with it.

I knew I wanted a fancier ribbon for this bow so I searched my ribbons and found this pretty black and white ribbon.  It has a pretty raised design and I thought it was perfect.

I didn't have a lot of it so I just tied a simple single loop bow which I think is actually the perfect fit for
this beauty.

So pretty!

I think if I pick a favorite I really like how the roses wreath turned out and I feel like I can easily use it on in to Spring as well!

I have the corresponding video posted on my Youtube channel and I will have it linked below as well.
If you haven't subscribed to my youtube channel yet I post a lot of diy projects there!

                              See the corresponding video here on my youtube channel!

Also if you'd like to see the video on how I make my bows it is located HERE on my youtube channel.

- Tina

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